Established 2004

Ruddlesden geotechnical

Ruddlesden geotechnical provides ground investigation, geotechnical consultancy and contamination assessment services.

Based in Exeter, but covering the whole of the UK, albeit primarily concentrated in the South West, Ruddlesden geotechnical was formed in 2004.

Ruddlesden geotechnical works on behalf of a wide client base, including local, regional and national housing developers, housing associations, commercial developers, building contractors, structural and civil engineers, architects, building consultants, quantity surveyors, local authorities and private individuals.

Development projects range from single dwellings and extensions to large housing estates, multi-storey flats, offices, industrial units, roads, slopes, schools, hospitals and basements.

The services and projects listed on this web-site provide an indication of those carried out by Ruddlesden geotechnical, but others are carried out. If your requirement is not readily identifiable on this web-site, please contact us as we may still be able to help you.

  • AGS
  • Constructionline
  • CSCS
  • SMAS
  • ECFC trust
  • Latest news

    10 Apr 2019

    RGIS is now complete!

    Our GIS database, which we have called RGIS (can you see what we did there?!), is now complete! It is a record of all of the sites that we have investigated, totalling thousands of locations, with tens of thousands of exploratory holes and laboratory...

    RGIS is now complete!
  • Recent projects

    Economical Recommendations Provided for Ground Floor Slab Design, Devon

    Ruddlesden geotechnical were commissioned to review historical site investigation data to form a ground model and provide guidance on the use of a ground bearing slab for a proposed warehouse for a regional wholesaler. Consideration was given to the ...

  • Recent projects

    Trial Trenches Expose Historical Coal Mining Entries near Bristol

    A combination of trial pitting and trenching was undertaken at a site in an area of historical coal mining to the north of Bristol as part of a coal mining risk assessment. This exploratory technique was used to provide an indication of the natural g...

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